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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 7 Hansard (1 July) . . Page.. 2000..

MR HIRD (continuing):

I would like to thank the Minister for allowing us the opportunity of having a briefing from his departmental officers. I thank my colleagues. It was another unanimous report by this committee. I commend the recommendations to the house.

Question resolved in the affirmative.


Inquiry - A Warrant System for Traffic Management in Residential Streets

MR HIRD: I ask for leave to make a statement concerning the Standing Committee on Urban Services' new inquiry into a warrant system for traffic management in residential streets.

Leave granted.

MR HIRD: Mr Speaker, on 7 May this year the Standing Committee on Urban Services resolved to inquire into and report on the use of a warrant system to determine whether traffic calming measures are needed in suburban streets, and, if so, what type of calming measures should be introduced. Mr Speaker, this is a national matter which is in the municipal range. The committee will undertake inquiries. We have advertised for expressions of interest, and due process will be undertaken, as is the norm for my committee.


Inquiry - Service Purchasing Arrangements

MR QUINLAN (12.57): Mr Speaker, pursuant to standing order 246A, I wish to inform the Assembly that on 10 June 1999 the Standing Committee for the Chief Minister's Portfolio resolved that a statement be made concerning the inquiry into the service purchasing arrangements. I seek leave to table that particular statement.

Leave granted.


That the Assembly takes note of the statement.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Sitting suspended from 12.58 to 2.30 pm

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